Ken and Sarah Ramsey of Nicholasville, behind trophy and sitting, accepted Keeneland's hardware after their homebred colt, Derby Kitten, won the Grade III Coolmore Lexington Stakes in April. That win helped the Ramseys secure top-owner honors at the Eclipse Awards.
Ken and Sarah Ramsey of Nicholasville, behind trophy and sitting, accepted Keeneland's hardware after their homebred colt, Derby Kitten, won the Grade III Coolmore Lexington Stakes in April. That win helped the Ramseys secure top-owner honors at the Eclipse Awards.
Ken and Sarah Ramsey of Nicholasville, behind trophy and sitting, accepted Keeneland's hardware after their homebred colt, Derby Kitten, won the Grade III Coolmore Lexington Stakes in April. That win helped the Ramseys secure top-owner honors at the Eclipse Awards.

Nicholasville-based Ramsey earns top owner accolades at Eclipse Awards

January 17, 2012 12:00 AM

UPDATED January 17, 2012 07:30 AM

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